We are a small farm practising regenerative agricultural practices. We manage our pastures using Holistic Management. We grow a garlic crop interspersed with cover cropping. Our market garden uses NO DIG for soil beds and we also use Aquaponics, Wicking Beds and Hugel Kulture. We produce nutrient dense food for our own consulption and sell our surplus. We run a series of monthly courses teaching people how to use NO DIG for themselves. We also have a small boutique vineyard producing quality Cabernet Sauvignon (and other varieties) located in the Merino Country District (between Canberra and the Southern highlands). Our wines include Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Merlot, Rose, Sauvignon Blanc and Riesling. The vineyard was planted in 1995 and we have owned it since 2009. We have recently opened a rustic cellar door which is open every Sunday or by appointment at other times

We released our 2016 wines in July 2016 -, a Rose 2016 and a Sauvignon Blanc 2016. The Rose is deliciously fresh with hints of strawberry and enjoyed by so many that our 2015 sold out very quickly. The Sauvignon Blanc has hints of passionfruit, gooseberry and citrus with a dry but fruity finish and also sold out quickly in 2015. We released our 2018 Riesling in June  and it has a lovely crisp finish. Our 2017 Shiraz and Merlot have recently been released and are tasting delicious. The 2010 Cabernet Sauvigon (aged and complex) continues to develop. Try them out at one of our market days or visit the cellar door on Sundays (or by appointment at other times).

The eastern boundary of our property is formed by the Bungonia Creek as it winds its way through to the Bungonia Gorge, a popular tourist spot for hikers and canyoners, located in the Bungonia National Park.

 



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Events

Next NO DIG DownUnder course
Feb 17, 2019...Read more
Exeter Village Market
Dec 01, 2018...Read more
Cellar Door OPEN on Sunday - 11am-5pm
Nov 11, 2018...Read more

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